Active Grammar Level 1 with Answers by Fiona Davis, Wayne Rimmer, Penny Ur

By Fiona Davis, Wayne Rimmer, Penny Ur

A three-level sequence of grammar reference and perform books for teenage and younger grownup freshmen. energetic Grammar point 1 covers the entire grammar taught at A1-A2 (CEF) point. The ebook offers grammar issues in significant context via attractive and informative texts, by way of transparent motives and precious advice that spotlight universal blunders often made through low-level freshmen. Exam-style workouts supply lots of demanding perform and inspire scholars to use their rules creatively to grammar studying. a good number of contrastive revision workouts within the booklet and at the CD-ROM permit scholars to evaluate and computer screen their development at average durations. the reply key in the back of the booklet makes this model perfect for self-study.

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T h e s e c o n d v e r b is t h e i n f i n i t i v e w i t h o u t to. Yes, (he) can. swim? H o w can do; *s h e l p us? N O T They can to hear... U s e could (not) or was / were (not) able to for t h e past. 4 T h e n e g a t i v e o f can is cannot. T h e s h o r t f o r m is can't. T h e s h o r t f o r m is m o r e c o m m o n , e s p e c i a l l y i n conversation. Emily can't swim very well. statement 1/You/He/She/ It/We/They 52 Warn, dogs were able to smell or hear survivors that people could not find.

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